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**ISBN:**1575860082**Category:**Math & Science**Author:**Lawrence S. Moss,Jon Barwise**Subcategory:**Mathematics**Other formats:**lrf lit azw doc**Language:**English**Publisher:**Center for the Study of Language and Inf; 74 edition (1996)**Pages:**390 pages**FB2 size:**1616 kb**EPUB size:**1103 kb**Rating:**4.1**Votes:**159

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CSLI Lecture Notes Number 60. Vicious Circles On the Mathematics of Non-Wellfounded Phenomena. Jon Barwise and Lawrence Moss. p cm - (CSLI lecture notes, no 60) Includes bibliographical references and index ISBN.

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Jon Barwise, Lawrence Moss. Circular analyses of philosophical, linguistic, or computational phenomena have been attacked on the assumption that they conflict with mathematical rigour. Barwise and Moss have undertaken to prove this assumption false. This volume is concerned with extending the modelling capabilities of set theory to provide a uniform treatment of circular phenomena.

Jon Barwise (Author), Lawrence S. Moss (Author). This book discusses recent advances in the general field of set theory. The authors study a variant of ZF in which the axiom of foundation is replaced by a new axiom allowing non-well-founded sets

Jon Barwise (Author), Lawrence S. ISBN-13: 978-1575860084. The authors study a variant of ZF in which the axiom of foundation is replaced by a new axiom allowing non-well-founded sets. Just as the naturals can be extended to the integers, and the integers to the rationals, and the reals to the complex numbers, in each case by positing new numbers that are the solutions to a class of equations, so this book posits an extension to any model of set theory consisting of the solutions to a class of (systems of) equations having.

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The CSLI Lecture Notes series reports new developments in the cognitive sciences and philosophy.

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Vicious circles: on the mathematics of non-wellfounded phenomena. A Baltag, LS Moss, S Solecki. Proceedings of the 7th Conference on Theoretical Aspects of Rationality an. 1998. Logics for epistemic programs. Synthese 139 (2), 165-224, 2004. The Mathematical Intelligencer 13 (4), 31-41, 1991. Topological reasoning and the logic of knowledge. A Dabrowski, LS Moss, R Parikh. Annals of Pure and Applied Logic 78 (1-3), 73-110, 1996.

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